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International Organisations and Trading Blocs

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Discuss the influence of international organisations and contemporary trading blocs and agreements in promoting globalisation.

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Technology Social Issues Globalization International relations International trade World Trade Organization Trade barrier Association of Southeast Asian Nations Trade pact Free trade area North American Free Trade Agreement Economic integration ASEAN Free Trade Area Trade justice
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Technology Social Issues Globalization International relations International trade World Trade Organization Trade barrier Association of Southeast Asian Nations Trade pact Free trade area North American Free Trade Agreement Economic integration ASEAN Free Trade Area Trade justice
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Globalisation refers to the process of increased integration between different countries and economies and the increased impact of international influences on all aspects of life and economic activity. The major indicators of globalisation are trade, investment and financial flows, the prevalence of Transnational Corporations (TNCs), the spread of technology, transport and communication and the movement of workers between countries. International organisations such as the World Trade Organisation, International Monetary Fund, Group of 20, Group of 8, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development and United Nations have supported the globalisation process. While contemporary trading blocs such as European Union (EU) and trade agreements such as the ASEAN-Australia and New Zealand Free Trade Agreement (AANZFTA) and the United States and Australia Free...
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